Next Episode of Cops is
"COPS", the seminal reality ride-along show that forever changed the TV landscape, has moved to its new "beat" on Spike. This groundbreaking, raw, and realistic series provides unprecedented access into the daily lives and work of police officers, constables, and sheriff's deputies from around the country. "COPS" is one of the longest-running television programs in broadcast history. Produced by Langley Productions. (source: www.spike.com)
A naked, body-painted tourist is detained by police; a man is arrested for licking a woman's breast in public; a man is arrested when he shows his genitals on Bourbon Street.
Cops arrest a tourist for mooning a crowd; three men fight when one of them gropes a female victim.
A special edition of COPS showing civilians joining officers in a human chain to rescue a man from a river; a person is extracted from an overturned car; and a surveillance video IDs a casino-burglary suspect.
A vehicle is stopped in a known drug area; a suspect suffering from delirium holds his wife as a hostage; a man is rescued out a flooded waterway only to return to try to save his truck.
Passaic County New Jersey Sheriff's Deputy Cpl. Anthony Damiano detains a suspicious male he saw sidestep into a nearby apartment building and discovers he was smoking pot in a hallway; a man is questioned and admits to possessing crack cocaine but tries to convince a sheriff's deputy to let him go.
Residents beat and detain a prowling suspect who was caught peeping in neighbor's windows; officers stop a suspicious acting Lincoln Towncar and during a search, find drugs and thousands of dollars; and after a burglary drugs are found in a bicyclist's backpack.
A suspect leads cops through backyards after tossing his dope; a druggie runs after ditching his car.
Even though a high speed pursuit gets called off, officers are still able to use stop-sticks to stop the car of a 16 yo girl, who then fights with the police after they find drugs in her vehicle; a drug bust turns into a foot pursuit through backyards; and an officer pulls over a van for a minor traffic violation but while dealing with that he must run to the house next door to prevent one guy from splitting another guy's head open with a shovel.
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